Students from Marlboro High School toured Sono-Tek Corp. in Milton, NY, for MFG Day on October 4th. In addition to facility tours that day, the Council of Industry broadcast of Hudson Valley Focus Live was held at Selux Corp. In Highland, NY and featured several members and friends of the Council. Pine Bush High School also held an Advanced Manufacturing and STEAM career night on October 2nd …
Manufacturing Day is the opportunity many manufacturers have been looking for to change the old perceptions about manufacturing and show the public what modern manufacturing really looks like. Find out more about how MFG Day is helping to increase awareness about careers in manufacturing in this post.
This year we have more Mfg Day events planned than ever before. We have a career night in Pine Bush, a radio broadcast at EFCO Products in Poughkeepsie, and several tours and open houses at facilities throughout the Hudson Valley. It’s not too late, you can still take part. Read on to find out more.
On October 4th we will be partnering with Pine Bush High School for the first annual Manufacturing Career Night.
We are inviting HV Manufacturers to register for an exhibitor booth to help inform students and parents about manufacturing jobs in the Hudson Valley.
Participating companies will have the opportunity to connect with over 150 students, their parents, and educators and discuss current and …
As modern manufacturing’s biggest stage, Manufacturing Day gives nearly 300,000 youth and their parents a powerful opportunity to see firsthand how they can create a bright future for themselves and their community through a career in modern manufacturing. Thanks to impactful events held by thousands of manufacturers across the country, those efforts are working.
But how can you make sure your MFG Day event is a success?
We’re here to help. Once you’ve gotten people to attend your MFG Day event, you’ll want to make the most of your time together. Those few hours you spend with one another are your chance to show your guests the importance of what you do — and the creativity, advanced skills and technology required to do it. Ideally, your passion will spark something similar in the young people who you introduce to modern manufacturing, inspiring them to learn more about the industry and one day join the manufacturing team.